Bloomsburg, PA — Rural Business Innovation (RBI) is honored to have had the opportunity to work with Doug Michael, Founder and CEO of Columbia County Bread & Granola since 2010.
Doug Michael started his business as a hobby, and met with RBI and their Executive Director, Kelly O’Brien Gavin, where he decided to go big and begin full-scale production of his 100% sprouted flour-free whole grain bread. Doug also developed a flax seed granola product that is not only healthy but delicious.
Columbia County Bread & Granola has been in the news as well. In the beginning of 2013 the flax seed
Bloomsburg, PA — Rural Business Innovation (RBI) is honored to manage the Keystone Innovation Zone Program (KIZ) for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. RBI and its partners support the KIZ program in Columbia, Montour, Northumberland, Snyder and Union counties.
The companies listed had to work very hard in order to receive this award and meet all the eligibility requirements; the main one, growing their business and their revenue.
Marc Saltzman, USA TODAY Published 12:21 p.m. ET Jan. 13, 2018 | Updated 2:46 p.m. ET Jan. 13, 2018
LAS VEGAS—What happens in Vegas doesn't always stay in Vegas — at least hopefully not for a bunch of the products showcased here last week. Some of the technology that debuts at CES, the annual consumer electronics show, turns out to be “vaporware,” that is, it will never make a commercial debut for one reason or another. But the following ten products should have a chance vying for space in your home or driveway....
Local Entrepreneur Brings Event Series to Region as a Giveback
The Susquehanna Valley soon will be the newest home of a national program to engage, educate and connect local entrepreneurs. Founded by the Kauffman Foundation, 1 Million Cups is based on the notion that entrepreneurs network and discover solutions over a million cups of coffee. The free, monthly gathering helps build startup communities on a grassroots level.
A Forbes Brand Voice article.
By: Jason Compton , CenturyLink
Virtual reality is becoming big business with significant appeal for small business.
Although they can’t stand in the way of the VR projects being conducted by the likes of Facebook, Samsung or Apple, small businesses can explore opportunities to transform and innovate in areas that big-time investors either can’t find or won’t touch.